Pitching Event with Investors

The Next Women is organizing a Pitching Event for Investors.

The event will give women founders (experienced or with little or no experience in fundraising) a first review of their business plan by experts and investors and initial practice of their pitch in a friendly environment, gaining first-hand insights and feedback from experienced investors from the judging panel.

Up to 10
women-led startups will pitch.

Up to 75 guests will join for the event.
 

Location: RAI, Illiceum

Date: February 24th

  • [masked] Introduction by Simone Brummelhuis
  • [masked] Entrepeneur Talk
  • [masked] Investor Talk
  • [masked] Networking
  • [masked] Introduction Judging Panel
  • [masked] Funding Pitches & Demo's by 5 companies
  • [masked] Networking
  • [masked] Funding Pitches & Demo's by 5 companies
  •  17.00 Winner announcement, Closing & Networking

 

If you want to attend this Event please respond asap via simone at thenextwomen dot com and register via eventbrite

http://thenextwomenpitchevent.eventbrite.com

If you want to present at this evening as an entrepreneur, please contact simone at thenextwomen dot com and register via eventbrite with:

name company

name founders

description company

You will need to submit your power point with your presentation slides 4 days prior to the event.

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THE JUDGING & FEEDBACK PANEL & SPEAKER

Harry Helwegen, Chairman, Business Angels Nederland

harry helwegen


 

 

 

 

 

Simone Brummelhuis - VP Europe, Astia and CEO of The NextWomen

Simone Brummelhuis is the founder and CEO of The NextWomen, the Media Brand for Female Entrepreneurs. She is co-owner and was managing director of IENS, the largest restaurant guide in The Netherlands. She is VP Europe of Astia on the UK Advisory Board of Astia.org, the venture accelerator for high-growth companies.

 

 

 

The Pitch Events are being supported by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (EL&I) of The Netherlands.

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  • Nadia

    I enojoyed this event as a startup/beermat entrepreneur. I got to see that you don't have to have your plan laid out to perfection (analyses paralyses), get an idea what it is like to get investors on board and see how you can pitch your proposition in three minutes. I would like to follow a workshop on how to get started from beermat stage to pitching stage, where perhaps other women who have the hands-on experience can lead these sessions. Thanks for organising this Simone!

    February 25, 2012

  • Marike de M.

    It was very interesting in inspirational to see how other female entrepreneurs were pitching their business and how creative and driven they are to get their business to a higher level. The feedback from the investors was critical but good and lots of thing being said are definitively very useful for my own business ideas. Nice woman attending this meet up and a perfect organization. I enjoyed it!

    February 25, 2012

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